Being a musician is all about entertaining fans but it is also a career where one earns a living from performances mostly through stage performances.
However, the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has put musicians' careers to a standstill.
President Yoweri Museveni last month announced several measures that the country will be taking to combat the spread of the virus and one of them was banning social gatherings and this has in turn taken stage performances off the table.
Fans have therefore been wondering what their favourite artistes have been up to at a time where people are barricaded in their homes as a safety measure.
New Vision caught up with B2C's Delivered Julio who shared the five things he cannot do without while he spends his days at home.
Prayer: I'm meditating about Christ because this is the right time to think about Jesus Christ. We have a lot of time with the saviour. We have to pray to Him to forgive us our sins because I think we have sinned so much.
Video game: This refreshes my mind since the day can be monotonous, so, playing video games stimulates the mind. I play a lot of FIFA on my Xbox.
Books: I'm starting to read them as a habit. I want to add to my vocabulary and knowledge about different things. The Balfour Legacy: Mia's Scandal by Michelle Reid.
Guitar: Since I'm an entertainer, this has been the right time for me to learn how to play the guitar as well.
TV: Watching movies enables me to reflect on some things, inspire and also improve my strengths. They also teach me on how to handle some situations. I'm currently watching a series called The Last Ship. Watching TV also helps me keep updated on what is taking place in my homeland Uganda.
Phone: Of course the phone helps me stay in touch with my friends and family at such a time. It is also keeping me informed all the time, most especially what is happening in different countries.